Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Why Prices Of Goods, Services Are Rising In Nigeria

The National of Bureau of Statistics on June 14, 2016 confirmed what many Nigerians already knew. Prices of items in the market are going...
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Emirates Group Announces Half-year Profit of $364 Million for 2016-17

Group: Revenue up 1% to AED 46.5 billion (US$ 12.7 billion), and profit of AED 1.3 billion (US$ 364 million), down 64%, reflects...

Nigeria Breweries Sales Slow

Nigerian Breweries (NB), makers of popular drinks like Star Larger Beer and Maltina have seen a slowdown in sales in the first half of...

Why GTBank and Access Bank are releasing half year results late

GTBank and Access Bank have both informed the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) that they will be releasing their half year results behind schedule. In a...

United Capital Recommends Investors Sell Unilever

Despite recording significant growth in revenues, analysts at United Capital believe Unilever is still an overpriced stock and as such investors should rather sell...

Nigeria’s “Managed” Floating Exchange Rate System – Restrained Freedom

After months of local and international clamour, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) finally allowed the re-opening of the Nigerian Foreign Exchange market under...
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The Luxury Reporter, TOPCOMM PR to Hold The Luxury Lifestyle Summit in July 2017

The Luxury Reporter, publisher of the e-magazine, TLR in partnership with TOPCOMM PR Concept & Events, an integrated marketing communication and events management company...
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Da Viva Extends Reach Through Group

NAOMI NDUBUEZE Popular African print brand, Da Viva is expanding its reach across the continent with its recent announcement show of its conglomerate of different...
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Oando Share Price Reaches Two Year High

Stocks hit a four-month high earlier this week, lifted by gains in Nigeria’s largest indigenous energy conglomerate, Oando PLC, and improved investor sentiment towards...

Nigerians Can Now Send Up To $5000 Abroad Through Western Union And MoneyGram

For the first time, Nigerians will be able to send money to loved ones outside the country through Western Union or MoneyGram, the two...
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